NASA is considering a mission that will look into the habitability of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus, thanks to data gathered by the Cassini probe. Now, the spacecraft will get up close and personal with the natural satellite by doing three flybys, possibly for the last time, as it has only has two years left. According to NASA, the probe will soar close to the moon's north pole, which was too dark to photograph during earlier flights. The agency hopes to find out whether it has fractures similar to the ones found at the moon's south pole and whether it was geologically active in the past. Cassini is flying at an altitude of 1,142 miles above Enceladus' surface today, October 14th, with a second flyby scheduled for late October and a third for mid-December.